NEWS

2017-05-26

TOMOCUBE의 기술이 KAIST 10대 연구 성과로 선정

TOMOCUBE로 상업화된 연구실 기술이 KAIST 10대 연구 성과로 선정되었습니다. our holotomography technology was selected as KAIST’s top 10 research achievement 2016.
2017-03-06

The HT-1 is awarded in the Grand Prix of the President of Polish Academy of Science.

  The picture of the award for Tomocube HT-1 microscope in the Grand Prix of the President of Polish Academy of Science. It means that the […]
2017-02-17

News Letter February 2017

Tomocube News Letter Feb.2017
2016-11-11

한국생산기술연구원, ‘ 토모큐브 올해의 10대 기계기술 시상’

토모큐브 HT-1 (3D 현미경)이 올해 10대 기계 기술에 선정되어, 지난 11월 10일(목) 서울 양재 엘타워 메리골드홀에서 시상
2016-09-19

Holotomography Unlocks New Potential for Life Sciences Research

Three-dimensional holographic microscopy enables quantitative and noninvasive investigation of cells’ intrinsic properties — without labeling agents. The technique could prove invaluable in cancer diagnosis, treating infection […]
2016-04-22

Holotomography Enables Real-Time, Label-Free Visualization of Cells

DAEJON, South Korea, April 22, 2016 — A powerful method for imaging live cells without staining employs a 2D/3D/4D holographic microscope, allowing real-time, label-free visualization of […]
2016-04-11

[미래기업포커스]토모큐브, 3차원 세포 관찰 홀로그래피 현미경 개발

“10년 뒤에는 사람들이 더 이상 눈으로 현미경을 보지 않을 것입니다.” 토모큐브(대표 홍기현)는 세포를 3차원(3D)으로 실시간 관찰하는 홀로그래피 현미경 `HT-1`을 개발했다. 세포에 레이저 빛을 쏜 뒤 굴절률 […]
2016-04-04

Holographic Microscope Allows Stain-Free 3D Imaging Of Live Cells

This microscope, named holotomography-1, could potentially transform how cell observation is performed. AsianScientist (Apr. 4, 2016) – Professor Park YongKeun of the Physics Department at the […]
2016-04-01

Future tech: Holographic microscope visualizes living cells in 3D

Korean researchers have developed a new holographic imaging tool capable of viewing and analyzing living cells in 3D without staining, according to a press release from […]
2016-03-30

Next-generation holographic microscope for 3D live cell imaging

Researchers at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have developed a revolutionary bio-medical imaging tool, the HT-1, to view and analyze cells, which is […]